Everyone at CPM has a role ensuring patients receive the highest level of personalized care and the expertise that patients need to reduce pain, restore function, and optimize their quality of life.
CPM participates with most major insurance carriers. Additionally, our practice excels in caring for injured workers (Worker's Compensation). We also accept Letters of Protection for those involved in motor vehicle collisions and are in need of care, but have no health insurance.
Thank you for sending us your patients for treatment of their chronic pain. We try to make our referral process as seamless as possible. To help speed the process along we need some initial information from your office.
The following information is needed when providing a referral:
Patient Demographics w/ insurance information
If W/C, Adjustor Information; If MVA, Attorney Information
MRI’s, Xrays (relevant imaging)
Dr. Grahling reviews all referrals to ensure that he can provide additional care for your patients. Upon his approval, our staff will reach out to your patient directly to schedule a consultation appointment. The first visit is an evaluation and does not include a procedure (in most cases). Please make sure your patient’s expectations are properly set. After reviewing the individual case with the patient, Dr. Grahling will discuss a course of action for their interventional pain management.
We use electronic medical records and your office will receive a faxed type-written note from Dr. Grahling soon after the patient visit (many times within the hour). This allows your office to stay abreast of our treatment plan and care for the patient.